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, money in the bank? >> eric: again, i don't understand why people are voting for barack obama. women, single women are voting for barack obama overwhelmingly. look what is going on. we talked about it how many times? 500,000 fewer jobs held by women in america this time around versus four years ago when he took over. the unemployment among african-americans, 97% of african-americans are going to vote for barack obama. but the unemployment number skyrocketed under barack obama. i don't get it. he is winning in demos he should be losing in. >> bob: i don't get how any working man or woman would vote for a republican. >> kimberly: why that? why are they in a better position under barack? >> bob: because the republicans have been consistently against dumb things that are against working men and women. simple as that. >> kimberly: what do you mean? they want lower taxes? >> bob: for example, job creation bill in house they haven't passed. barack obama passed a ledbetter act with congress. that is equalizing pay. we edited out what she said at the end of that. >> andrea: women are making m
tremendous pressure on president obama. host: so there will not be a vote. guest: not until after the presidential elections, presumably. host: some things folks might not know will happen on the agenda. guest: >> the question of syria and what can be done. there's very little prospect for. any for. given the chinese and russian positions and three in double vetoes on this issue there's not going to be any movement on syria. in the development field and aviation, there's an effort to try to come up with the replacement or successor to the millennium development goals, which has helped fight global poverty and helped china and india bring hundreds of millions of people out of poverty in recent years. those are set to expire in 2015. the question is what comes next. a lot of people building on the rio summit say we need sustainable goals that merged party mediation with sustainability. to have growth but not kill the planet at the same time. host: a vote is expected on that? guest: it's not a vote, but trying to define a new development agenda for the united nations. host: are talki
conservatives are not going to vote for obama. they will vote for romney and the other conservatives up and down the ballot. but the main reason we're doing this, it's the right thing to do. iowans were right when they ousted the other three justices. we hope they're savvy enough this time to take a look at wiggins, get through smoke and mirrors of the bar association trying to hold on to power and defend the constitution. >> so bob vander plaats, you just essentially said that this is in fact a wedge issue. you at least conceded that. >> well, what it, there is no doubt it's going to be a ripple effect. i think could benefit conservatives, which i think is a good thing. but the bigger thing is that you're going to hold an activist judge in check. this guy's got a d-minus rating by his own peers, d-minus. >> you know that there are significant number of people in this country that truly believe that our justices, our judges who are appointed in most places, but even those who are elected should be elected to interpret the law as they see fit. and that only bad things can happen when you start to
, president obama is about 70% in the question of which candidate jewish voters are likely to vote for in the election were to the t and that's ahead of what they were in the election in 2008. that's because, thomas, one thing is that on domestic issues, whether it's making investments in education, health care, research, head start, civil work, standing up for people who have no voice. sh a very important season for jus and a time in which we focus on the importance to repairing the world, mitt romney and the republicans are wrong on every issue that matters to jus domestically and we are making sure that jewish voters understand that president obama has a stellar record on israel. an, in fact, i would just push back a little bit and say that p.m. netanyahu and president obama have a very close working relationship, that they meet and talk regularly and they have on k consistently said that he stood by president obama. i think the record is very clear and there are israeli leaders across the political spectrum in israel who has consistently said that israel has no greater friend t
'd vote for obama. 44% for romney. and the poll of polls september 16th through the 24th in florida, 50% said they'd vote for the president, 45% for mitt romney. why do you think it is that mitt romney doesn't seem to be resonating in these critical states at least so far? >> well, i think he has three or four big challenges. one is that for a long period the obama campaign dramatically outspent romney in resiesly those states driving home their image of who romney is. the second is that the romney campaign is yet to find a thematic way of explaining itself and laying out in a clear crisp way the difference between romney and obama. and i think that frankly is a problem. and there's an ironic third problem. both these states have republican governors. both these governors have been doing the right things, the things mitt romney believes in. and the campaign doesn't seem to be able to pivot and say, you know, john kasich's doing the right stuff here in ohio and i want to take john kasich's model to washington because kasich is from a smaller government, less regulation, more american ene
for their own lives. >> 47% of the people vote for the president no matter what. who -- >> the obama campaign turned romney's secretly recorded remarks into a devastating new ad claiming the gop nominee's words under the families and veterans. >> so my job is not to worry about -- they should take personal responsibility. >> romney two days in a row out to link national security to the nati sluggh recovery. he's seizing on new economic data revising down the 2nd quarter gdp. >> this is not just one quarter. this has been going on now for years. china's growing much faster than we. russia's growing faster than we. our economy needs to be reinvigorated. >> but not all the numbers paint a gloomy picture. the labor department announced it undercounted nearly 400,000 jobs in 2011 meaning that 4.4 million jobs have been created since the president's inauguration. slightly more than the number lost in that same period. but the president said there's still measuring work to do. >> we're not where we need to be. not yet. we've got a lot more folks who have to get back to work. we've got a lot more wor
who voted for barack obama and get him to vote for me. >> he's down but not out. can he turn it around with an october surprise? let's welcome stephanie cutter. it's going reasonably well for you guys. it's been a good couple weeks, really since the conventions. you've got a bit of momentum but i guess you're not taking this too complacently. >> no, absolutely not, piers. you know, debates can be a pivotal moment in campaigns. i remember eight years ago when john kerry was getting ready to debate george bush, we were eight points down. coming out of that first debate we were tied with george bush. so there is an opportunity for mitt romney if he takes advantage of it next wednesday night, to turn the momentum around. he not only has to win this debate but has to change the dynamics in this race. we know he's going to show up prepared, disciplined and aggressive, even tim pawlenty said that he's as good as it gets when it comes to debating. but the question is whether or not he's going to be able to talk to the american people specifically about what his plans are for this country. that
they're doing -- >> obama was able to take 78% of th . >>t moik of the vote, but i believe strongly. i'm confident that jewish voters will overwhelmingly support the president because of the issues that are important to jewish voter s do mess tickically and because of his incredibly strong record in israel. as first jewh w t esfla ons i take my love of israel to work with me every single day and i'm very proud to support this president because of his incredible record on israel a consistently having israel's back and i think my constituents in south florida as well as jus across the country wille there foest a as well for both of those reasons. >> congresswoman, thanks so much. we always support fellow around here. i tell you happy birthday. we do support libras. >> thank you. > we bring in our powl. til reporter for the "washington post." phil richardson is is the former governor of new mexico and before that the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. and republican strategist alice. it's great to have all three of you here. both the candidates busy day in virginia t, thisour president obam i su
of the places obama thinks it helps is they had a big swell in the youth vote last time. they had the support in the polls, but, wolf, frankly they think turnout could be down this time. sometimes college students get a bit distracted. one of the things, the president of the university of iowa democrats, her job is to tell all of her friends, all of the fellow students vote now. >> things come up. you can have an exam. you can wait until election day and not know where your precinct is. a lot of student haves to go to elementary schools, they don't have cars, they don't know where it is, any extra obstacle can keep students home on election day. early voting gives us 40 more chances to catch people. >> reporter: now, republicans traditionally don't invest as much time in early voting. but, wolf, as ewe know this comes as a time, this is one of the battleground states, iowa is, that's gone from a tie to at least breaking a few points in the president's favor. that has some republicans here and elsewhere in the country a bit nervous. they're worried about congressional races and other races. th
the last word. how does mitt romney peel away voters who right now that say they're going to vote for obama? >> he has to get them back focused on obama's policies, the failures of obama's policies and offer them what he would do and why that would be better for their families, their communities and our country. pretty simple. it's not rocket science. >> we'll be watching wednesday night. thank you for a terrific roundtables. for those at home, governor barbour and dean will answer your questions on twitter. >>> and now -- three moments from this week in history. what year was it? >> so help me god. >> so help me god. >> a new swing vote on the supreme court. >> judge and now justice kennedy. sounds good, doesn't it? >>> it appears that pan-american flight 103 was bombed. terrorism. >> 270 killed over lockerbie, scotland. >>> and -- the opening night for broadway's longest running show. >> it's far more than an old-fashioned broadway musical. it's very thetheoratical. >> was it 1986, 1987 or 1988? we'll be right back with the answer. >>> so what year was it? and every day since, we've worke
voting. i am struck by this. obama voters seem to know they're supposed to vote early. look at the numbers in nevada and north carolina. nevada, people say they plan to vote early, 53, 43. north carolina, vote early, obama, 57-41. >> that's the organizational difference and also we saw it four years ago with obama versus mccain. obama did better among early voters. in a sense, you saw this ad that obama has taken out in battleground states which is almost a closing ad where he talks directly to the camera with new message of economic patriotism, and that's what you do at the end. it is the end or start of election month as opposed to election day. the obama people seem to have a better organizational handle on this than romney. >> the other thing we saw, a movement over time was the right direction, wrong trend. >> that's what's lifting an incumbent president. saw it especially in new hampshire where he opened a significant lead over mitt romney. >> what was the right track, wrong track? >> closed negative 20 points now to negative 7 points. still more people see it as not g
endorsement of the president. >> you all better vote for [bleep] obama, okay? [cheers] [inaudible] we have a black muslim in the white house. >> of course the president is a christian. madonna released a statement, quote: i was being ironic on stage. yes, i know obama is not a muslim though i know that plenty of people in this country think he is. and what if he were? donations have been pouring in for a sick dog that appeared in photograph that went viral last month. you may have seen this picture. it shows a man lulling to sleep his 19-year-old dog in the waters of lake superior. the water apparently sooths the dog's arthritis. folks started sending in money to pay for medical treatment. the owner has started a nonprofit foundation to help more animals in need. before we go our team's top five things of the day. number five engineers say the washington monument will likely be closed until 2014. while they fix the cracks from last year's earthquake. number four, the fed reports 400 new cases of west nile virus just last week. number three, fans are mourning the death of singer andy willi
of the campaign. why now? the obama campaign understands everybody voting on november 6th is antiquated. lots of people vote early including earl states. they're saying we need to get our message now. this is where the obama team believes, it's hard to prove these things, because everybody throws a bunch of numbers at you, we knock on this many doors, made this many phone calls. the obama team believes the grassroot organization they built in '08 is alive and well and kicking, and better than anything that mitt romney can have built in that same time. and that it will deliver their supporters to the polls in these early and absentee times and build leads for barack obama. we'll be monitoring it. i know you will be, too, monitoring what early vote looks like. remember, november 6th, yes it's election day, but lots and lots of votes will be cast before that. >> how does early voting change the dynamic if these are the committed base supporters, how does pocketing them early make a big difference? >> well the same way that you know the last five minutes of a game is critically important. if you'
? awesome. >> reporter: when it comes to early in person voting, there is added obama campaign emphasis on getting younger voters in the bank early. >> you may know in person early voting starts tomorrow in iowa. so basically for us here at the campaign, every day is going to be election day. >> yes, we can. >> reporter: johnson county, home to the university of iowa, led the state four years ago when 55% of ballots were cast early. >> the entire world is watching us. >> reporter: as president of the university democrats, catherine's job is getting her fellow students to vote now. >> fair to say not the most reliable if you just wait for one day? >> yeah, no. things come up. you can have an exam. you can wait until election day and realize you don't know where your precinct is. with early voting, it gives us 40 more chances to catch people. >> reporter: president obama is ahead as september winds down and early voting opens. >> anybody that knows football knows that fourth quarter is where most of the action happens. october will be big and if romney has a good start to the month, we'll
have president obama at 237 electoral votes right now. so that means the three really big swing states, ohio, virginia, and florida, they could be really killers for mitt romney if he can't find a way to wrestle two of those away from president obama. if the president manages to get florida and virginia in his column, he is over the top of 270 electoral votes. if he manages to get virginia and ohio, he is just two electoral votes shy. so in the electoral college map virginia is enormous and you're seeing that with the amount of money both campaigns are spending there and the amount of time both candidates are putting in. jon: looking at "real clear politics" average of the polls taken last week, president obama leads 4.6 to 45.1 in virginia. that leaves about 6% undecided. where do those undecideds go? >> yeah, this is the real key question because all of this, particularly in virginia will hinge on turnout. northern virginia has seen a population explosion. demographics which dictate there is advantage for democrats undoubtedly in that part of the state. the question then is for the o
for obama in 2008 who did not intend to vote for him again. and the way the reach them was through these reproductive rights issues. >> basically to talk about reproductive rights. maria, amy, do not go anywhere. with the first presidential debate a few days away, we're going to get a little help from you in terms of what the debate prep is scheduled to look like. but first, a questionor all of you political junkies as you think that coffee or tea or whatever you drink in the morning. when was the very first presidential debate? the answer coming up straight ahead. [ male announcer ] when this hotel added aflac to provide a better benefits package... oahhh! [ male announcer ] it made a big splash with the employees. [ duck yelling ] [ male announcer ] find out more at... [ duck ] aflac! [ male announcer ] ...forbusiness.com. ♪ ha ha! >>> before the break, i asked you if you knew the question to when was the very first presidential debate? the answer 1960 and the famous kennedy-nixon debate. there won't be another one until gerald ford and jimmy carter until 1976. the first presid
voted for this tax. president obama voted a few times to keep this tax. we think it's a wrong tax because you already paid tax on this. >> reporter: again, you can expect to her more on the debt, social security and medicare during tomorrow night's debate. be sure to tune in tomorrow night 8:55 eastern as megyn, bret baier and the entire fox news political team brings you complete coverage and analysis of the very first debate between president obama and governor mitt romney. fox news alert for you right now. this a news conference underway concerning breaking news in the presidential race. a pennsylvania judge decide tog puing to put a voter i.d. law on hold. this is a ruling that has upset conservatives already. some are calling it a victory for voter shaun. eric shawn is live with here. >> reporter: they are calling this decision a big win, the aclu. at pennsylvania when you show up at the polls in november you will be asked, or you could be asked to show your voter i.d., but understand this new ruling you don't have to show it. both sides indeed calling this a victory. it come
,000 by the 2019 season. the two sides also compromised on retirement benefits. the referees are expected to vote on and approve this deal by the weekend. >> i don't think goodell will get a standing ovation. >> probably not. >>> mitt romney and president obama both campaigned in virginia yesterday. >> both men today are getting ready for the first presidential debate. susan mcginnis has more. >> reporter: early voting began in iowa thursday morning and voters lined up to cast their ballots. president obama's team is feeling confident that most of these early votes will be for the president. >> this many people this early in the morning really shows that there's strong support here in iowa for the president. >> reporter: but on thursday both candidates were in another battleground state. >> howis it going, virginia beach? >> reporter: president obama talked to voters in southern virginia. >> growing our economy begins with a strong and thriving middle class. >> reporter: while mitt romney talked with veterans about looming cuts to the military in the northern part of the state. >> 136,000 jobs wi
a rally in springfield while president obama makes remarks today in virginia beach. 13 electoral votes in virginia up for grabs. president obama took that state, first time in a long time a democrat had done that. republicans trying to win it back on the road to 270. bill: watch virginia. we'll be there in couple weeks. talked about ohio yesterday. in the meantime we're just getting started. small business owners speaking out about their future and their plans. what they are saying what they would and would not do in today's economy and who is to blame for it. that is coming up. martha: serious concerns about possible flawed polling in the race for the white house. the critics argue the polls may be skewed in the president's favor. we'll break this down when we come back. >> look, it was not easy to dig out the numbers. they're not printed in the pages of new york tiles. you have to go in the website and go into the instrument they fielded and dig data out of there. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...t
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michelle obama will be here when early voting begins on tuesday so you have that little component, but overall, i mean, as you sort of alluded to, both candidates have already been here a ton. they've been here, you know, i don't know, 50 times. we have a neat web page on our website dispatch.com that tracks this. but, you know, i guess we'll see once early voting begins if they stop coming, then i guess that shows -- that would show just how much importance they had put on getting here before the early vote comes out. >> you know, joe, i mentioned that one of your colleagues interviewed mitt romney. can you give me a sense of his confidence level for ohio as expressed in that interview? >> well, i mean, yeah. as you might expect, i mean, he says he's going to win ohio. i mean, you know, polls be darned, what do you say at this point? i mean, you know, you have to exude that kind of confidence. you have to believe in yourself. you know, maybe your internal polling shows a closer race than what we're seeing. even if it doesn't, you have to be out there right now, you know, reassuri
% of americans are dependent on government, see themselves as victims and will vote for president obama no matter what. he said it wasn't his job to worry about them. he says he didn't say it very elegantly but as you saw at the top, mr. romney doubled down today with cnn's jim acosta on that now debunked ad claiming that president obama is taking the work requirement out of welfare. in addition, as we said, there's new polling out tonight with a special focus on the economy. i talked about it earlier with chief national correspondent john king and chief political analyst gloria borger. so john, new polling out today from the "washington post" focuses on two of the most critical states in the election cycle, obviously ohio and florida. what do they show? >> they show bad news for governor romney heading into the big week of the first debate. ohio without a doubt a must-win state for governor romney. here's the new "the washington post" poll. you see the numbers right here. the president above 50, six-point lead in the state of ohio. that's one poll. but if you put together what we call a poll of
election day and early voting already underway in many states. and a fundraiser today, president obama focused on a theme of political unity. >> i'm not fighting on behalf of rich values or poor values or 47% values. >> the republic nominee expressed optimism about his chances in that key battleground each as he appeared to acknowledge it will be an uphill battle. >> we really would shock people if early in the evening of november 6th it t. looked like pennsylvania was going to come our way and did come our way. that can happen. >> well, the real clear politics average of all the polls in pennsylvania give president obama an 8 point advantage now. the average of the national polls shows a tighter race with governor romney trailing by 4. campaign carl cammeron live in boston now. how are the candidates preparing for the debates. >> they can be real decision makers for the folks and an awful lot of undecides will begin to make them on what happens this wednesday. president obama will be going to nevada for a lot of his debate preps starting at the end of this weekend. and he has been reh
in this country. you know the numbers, 78% of jewish voters in 2008 voted for president obama. what the latest poll is showing, august 1st through september 16th, 70% are backing the president, 20% for romney. this certainly dividing the jewish vote. >> it's just fascinating, poppy, to hear folks talk about it, debate about it. clearly both sides very passionate about this, the fact that they even spoke to you during the holy day, that is quite amazing. thank you very much. appreciate your reporting. >>> so do you have an i.d.? 31 states have laws that require voters to show them at the polls. minority votes say their votes may not count. >>> people cleaning up one of the pretty spots on the planet, recycling the trash and giving a place for people to live. this isn echo brick. this is t container. this is where you stuff all the wrappers, all the plastic bags, everything that is synthetic and inorganic trash. and then you have an echo brick ready for construction. i'm suzanna, the founder of the movement. ♪ [ male announcer ] the first look...is only the beginning. ♪ ♪ introducing a stu
society, you should vote for barack obama and joe biden. >> you electrified the place and they all say why do we have this 22nd amendment. why couldn't bill clinton just run again and be president for the next 30 years. >> well, we have it for good reasons. it's a hard job being president, and you also have a vast array of people working for you. it worked i think well. i think we did the right thing to keep president roosevelt for a third time, but when he died shortly after being elected to a fourth term and people didn't really know a full measure of his health challenges, the 22nd amendment passed. it's ironic that the 22nd amendment passed at a time when people thought the democrats had a lock on the white house and then it was, then after in the last 50 years, the republicans had it more than the democrats, but i think there's still an argument for saying that eight years, certainly eight years in a row is enough. you don't want to run the risk of sclerosisdemocratic society. you want to keep the blood running. you don't want to give the idea that any particular, particularly one as
graduates that cannot find work tick. how can these people think that they will vote for president obama? where we pass along trillion- that's -- it is immoral to pass on that kind of debt to our kids. matters for the world. i was lucky enough to be in poland, got to meet with a hero, walesa. what a guy. shipyard worker. in that country the soviet union executed some 20,000 polish leaders. this is not conjecture. yet despite that history, that man said no to the soviet union, and by virtue of what he did, he helped change the world. i talked to him and i came in to meet with him out and he looked at me, and he said, you must be tired, you sit, i will talk. you will listen. i did. then he said this. he said america is the only superpower on the planet. we need american leadership. then he described a place in the world, the middle east, and he would say, where is american bishop? we need american leadership. then he would talk about a problem and say, where is american leadership of this does not mean we send our guns there. this means we stand up with economic power, diplomatic power, pr
. yesterday, iowa became the first battleground state to begin early in person voting. ohio will do the same on tuesday. for the second time in two days, president obama and mitt romney spent the day campaigning in the same state. yesterday the candidates descended on virginia, a state that could be a new political bellwether. a poll out last night shows the two candidates neck and neck in the old dominion. they released ads this week that could be their campaigns closing arguments with each ad showing the candidate speaking directly into the camera and directly to the american people. but yesterday the obama campaign followed that up with a tough commercial using his opponent's own words against him. >> i'm barack obama and i approve this message. >> there are 47% of the people who vote for the president no matter what. they believe they're victims. who believe that government has a responsibility to care for them. who believe that they're entitled to health care and food, housing, you name it. and they will vote for this president no matter what. so my job is not to worry about those 47%.
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